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Awareness

The process by which, through advertising or word of mouth, a person comes to know of the existence of a product. Awareness is intended to arouse interest and ultimately lead to action.
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Others like "Exploring Flowers of City and Suburb" encourage sensory awareness by allowing children to directly experience their own local environment.
Also, by virtue of similarity in anatomical structure, lots of mammals have largely comparable sensory awareness.
Generally apolitical and indifferent to social problems, they advocated personal release, purification, and illumination through the heightened sensory awareness that might be induced by drugs, jazz, sex, or the disciplines of Zen Buddhism.
Age-related decreases in sight, hearing, reaction time, sensory awareness and increased body sway and impairment of righting reflexes.
Strowger technicians developed a sensory awareness of whether the equipment was working properly or not.
The progress is dramatic when children have fun learning language and social skills, developing sensory awareness, and strengthening movement," says Aviva Weiss, Founder of Fun and Function and pediatric occupational therapist.
8220;The ActiveSentry[TM] VFR[TM] Virtual Fence Radar system will keep constant surveillance - automatically - day and night, in rain, snow or fog and will detect, geo-locate, track and alert of possible threats to the petro asset, with the most reliable, cost -effective sensory awareness protection available today,” said Chuck Scifers, Director of Business Development.
Alison Johnson, Norman Laud Association fundraising and marketing manager, said: "The room promotes sensory awareness, concentration levels, fun, recreation and relaxation.
She explores how sensory awareness of the environment creates a sense of song and sentiment and specific ways that the senses shape the songs and mediate ritual meaning and feeling.
Martin Lindstrom's Brand Sense: Build Powerful Brands Through Touch, Taste, Smell, Sight And Sound provides an unusual treatise based on Millward Brown's study linking branding and sensory awareness.
They soon begin to notice bizarre side effects including increased physical strength and sensory awareness.
That's what it's all about--correcting misalignment patterns and finding out through sensory awareness how it feels, not how it looks.